"A Tale From the Underground"
Newspaper clipping of an editorial from the January 15, 1971 edition of the New York Times. The article discusses the indictment of Reverend Philip Berrigan and associates on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Henry Kissinger and blow up the heating systems of Federal buildings in Washington.
"War Foe Accuses Kissinger"
Newspaper clipping of an article in The New York Post by Richard Schwartz in which Eqbal Ahmad describes the recent meeting called by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to talk with Ahmad and two others named as co-conspirators in an alleged plot to kidnap him as the Administration’s attempt to throw a “cloak of darkness” over its war policies in Vietnam.
Berrigan-Ahmad Defense Committee
Copy of an information sheet for canvassers assembled by the Berrigan-Ahmad Defense Committee at Cornell University, where Eqbal Ahmad, scholar and anti-war activist indicted for plotting to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry Kissinger, had recently been a professor.
"Pakistani Still Free On Bond"
Newspaper clipping from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle dated January 21, 1971 announcing that Eqbal Ahmad would remain free on bond in Chicago until an arraignment could be arranged in Harrisburg.